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The New York Times: Business

Investors Betting Against Tesla Made $1 Billion on Friday

Investors Betting Against Tesla Made $1 Billion on Friday

The slide in Tesla’s shares after Elon Musk’s interview with The New York Times generated more than $1 billion in profits for short-sellers.
How Aretha Franklin’s ‘Respect’ Became a Battle Cry for Musicians Seeking Royalties

How Aretha Franklin’s ‘Respect’ Became a Battle Cry for Musicians Seeking Royalties

Aretha Franklin in 1980. Though the song “Respect” propelled her to fame, she earned no royalties from the millions of times it played on the radio.
Trump’s Plan for Coal Emissions: Let Coal States Regulate Them

Trump’s Plan for Coal Emissions: Let Coal States Regulate Them

A power plant in Winfield, W.Va. President Trump is expected to propose new emissions rules at a rally in the state Tuesday.
Weekend at Elon’s: A Tesla Subplot With Azealia Banks

Weekend at Elon’s: A Tesla Subplot With Azealia Banks

The rapper Azealia Banks at a concert last year in Turkey. Her following on Instagram approaches 600,000.
Trade War Worries Iowa Republicans in a Close House Race

Trade War Worries Iowa Republicans in a Close House Race

Boyd Trueman grinds down some welds at Curbtender, which makes garbage trucks, in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The unemployment rate in Iowa is one of the lowest in the country.

Booming Economy May Be Little Felt as Voters Decide

Republicans say the economy will help them in November. Democrats say it won’t. New data says the full story is more complicated.
Canada on the Sidelines as U.S. and Mexico Near an Agreement on Nafta

Canada on the Sidelines as U.S. and Mexico Near an Agreement on Nafta

The Ambassador Bridge connects Windsor, Ontario to Detroit, enabling a steady flow of goods between Canada and the United States and helping the countries forge a close economic bond.
Workspace: Life at Vans, Where Surfboards and Skateboards, Art and Music Rule

Workspace: Life at Vans, Where Surfboards and Skateboards, Art and Music Rule

Doug Palladini in his office at Vans, in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Wealth Matters: When a $1,000 Gift Is Better Than $1 Million

Wealth Matters: When a $1,000 Gift Is Better Than $1 Million

Donna and Benjamin Rosen at home in Kent, Conn. The couple founded KentPresents as a way to give back to the area through philanthropy.
Vocations: The Challenge of Fighting California Wildfires

Vocations: The Challenge of Fighting California Wildfires

Captain Jason Tamagni fights fire in Calistoga, Calif. “From the moment the alarm goes off,” he said, “no matter how many times it happens, the jolt starts the adrenaline pumping like mad.”
A Family Lives in Limbo After an Amusement Park Accident

A Family Lives in Limbo After an Amusement Park Accident

Luke Gibbs and his children, Dylan, left, and Jake at their home in Maidenhead, Britain.
Your Money Adviser: What You Need to Know About Safe Deposit Boxes

Your Money Adviser: What You Need to Know About Safe Deposit Boxes

Safety deposit boxes at the Pizza Vault in Lake Tomahawk, Wis., which was once a bank branch.
Erdogan to Turkey: The West Is Waging ‘Economic War’

Erdogan to Turkey: The West Is Waging ‘Economic War’

Since his re-election in June to a newly powerful presidency, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has become the dominant communicator of his government to Turkey’s 81 million people.
Trump Asks S.E.C. to Study Quarterly Earnings Requirements for Public Firms

Trump Asks S.E.C. to Study Quarterly Earnings Requirements for Public Firms

President Trump said Friday that he had asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to study changing the schedule under which public companies report results to twice a year from quarterly.

Wall Street Rises on Upbeat Trade News

U.S. stocks closed higher on Friday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average extending gains and the Nasdaq turning positive on reports of progress in tariff disputes between the
They’re Falsely Accused of Shoplifting, but Retailers Demand Penalties

They’re Falsely Accused of Shoplifting, but Retailers Demand Penalties

“I didn’t feel like I had a prayer,” said Crystal Thompson of Eight Mile, Ala., whom Walmart accused — mistakenly, an employee later acknowledged — of shoplifting about $70 in groceries. A lawyer for
Bits: The Week in Tech: When to Tweet

Bits: The Week in Tech: When to Tweet

We started the week with a lingering question: Why was Twitter allowing Alex Jones, notorious far-right conspiracy theorist, to tweet?
5 Takeaways From Elon Musk’s Interview With The Times About Tesla

5 Takeaways From Elon Musk’s Interview With The Times About Tesla

In a wide-ranging interview with The New York Times, Elon Musk spoke of the heavy toll that running Tesla has taken on his personal life.
DealBook Briefing: The Agony of Elon Musk

DealBook Briefing: The Agony of Elon Musk

Elon Musk before a meeting for the Boring Company, which was formed to build a network of tunnels as an alternative form of transportation, earlier this year.